Working on this thing with some guys for a deal... you know the drill. :P Still plenty to do before I make a digital mess in post.
about 1 year ago
Happy to see more from you!
This is beautiful. Really nice work. Can't wait to see the final product!
Loving this man. I've missed your work on here.
Superb man! @Joshua Bullock
Love your shading Joshua.
Would you mind telling what pencils you use?
Makes me all happy inside!
What kind of lead pointer do you use? I'm in the market for one and cant decide if I should go vintage or get something new... What'd'ya think?
Very nice; it's beautiful so far!!
Looks great Joshua!
I'd like to second what @John Kane Smith said.
@Joshua Bullock this looks incredible
Thanks everyone. Still have a lot to do but it's coming along.
@James Veluya - What's in the shot here are two, drafting lead holder: one from Staedtler with 2H lead, the other from Kohinoor with 2B. 2B is a little soft for my tastes and I'd prefer HB but that also has the potential to score paper so, ymmv.
@John Kane Smith, @Nikita Prokhorov - As for vintage lead-holders, I really dig on the Kohinoor (picked up from Miller Blueprint here in Austin), as it's a bit thinner than the Staedtler, but there's really not much tech to be had with these; they all work pretty much the same way. Push the button to release the lead to the desired length, sharpen, party-on. :P
Now, lead-pointers are an entirely different story. I use a standard rotary lead pointer but I've seen an electric version in a Lynda.com tribute video to the late, great Doyald Young. I would give some vital organs to get my mits on one of those. Sadly, it seems like they aren't even manufactured anymore which is sad really. I know quite a few hand-letters who would likely pick one up.
love this letters
looks like some gothic?
Awesome work as usual, be interesting to see the final product.
Looks awesome Joshua! I've been missin you here, good to see you again! Oh yeah, we still need to get together!
@RaitG - Sorta gothic, sorta italic, just kinda letting it grow organic-like. We'll see where it ends up. ;)
@Cory - We certainly do. I'll be up in Dallas for a couple weeks, we should try to get some hang time!
Amazing work Josh.
Such a joy to see your work! And particularly nice to see you young folks using the old school tools I have in boxes in the studio. May your tribe increase!
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